Though it shares a neighborhood with celebrities and models, this charming East Village flat at 633 East 11th Street may not break the bank at $499,000. The sunny one-bedroom home boasts historic details like stained glass pocket doors, exposed brick, original moldings and high ceilings, with custom contemporary updates in the kitchen and bath. Its classic railroad layout—the bath is at one end of the apartment, behind the bedroom—is definitely best for one or a cozy couple.
This quintessential East Village walk-up is on a tranquil tree-lined block surrounded by city gardens, cafes, restaurants and personality-packed bars. The south-facing apartment features an unusually spacious renovated kitchen with enough room for dining, a Viking stove and a combination washer/dryer, plus wood countertops and lots of cabinet space.
The bedroom is small but sweet, with a nice big window and “en-suite” bath.
The fully renovated windowed bath–which is quite large–features a modern glass shower lined in classic subway tiles. The co-operative building offers a common garden for residents to enjoy.
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